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Of all the games that I played that featured some type of time management, Type 0 is the most laxed. Its almost pointless. Kinda surprised to see it mentioned as barrier. Just to reiterate - Time doesn't move unless you take a event scene in Akademia, otherwise its infinite. You can play at your leisure. Later chapters give too much time so I ended forcing the story to move on.

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It's the same opinion as other Final Fantasies after Hironabu Sakaguchi split and SquareSoft became Square-Enix:

It's mediocre, forgettable time wasting fodder.

TranceformerFX said:
It's the same opinion as other Final Fantasies after Hironabu Sakaguchi split and SquareSoft became Square-Enix:

It's mediocre, forgettable time wasting fodder.

Come on now. That's giving Lightning Returns too much credit, don't you think?



Quite fun indeed. Much better than either of the three FFXIII, but it is only on par with FFXV. All the characters were unique and had their own characterization. The gameplay wasn't complicated but it still had depth. Speaking of which, still had quite the boss fights. Where you can outskill or wait until NG+ or simply lose. The classes are still memorable. This game is still FF, especially the story being quite FF like. But the game had it's own identity since it wasn't planned for the mass market in the beginning.

TranceformerFX said:
It's the same opinion as other Final Fantasies after Hironabu Sakaguchi split and SquareSoft became Square-Enix:

It's mediocre, forgettable time wasting fodder.

Why after all these years are gamers still confused about Sakaguchi, Square and Enix?

1. Sakaguchi did not split. He was fired. He nearly bankrupt the company and dissolved a important pending merger single handedly. 

2. When Square and Enix merged, Square management took all the top positions. You aware that right?

Ultimately you come off as a whiny, bitter, uninformed crybaby. Can you leave the hyberbole behind?



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Farsala said:
Quite fun indeed. Much better than either of the three FFXIII, but it is only on par with FFXV. All the characters were unique and had their own characterization. The gameplay wasn't complicated but it still had depth. Speaking of which, still had quite the boss fights. Where you can outskill or wait until NG+ or simply lose. The classes are still memorable. This game is still FF, especially the story being quite FF like. But the game had it's own identity since it wasn't planned for the mass market in the beginning.

I think you might be on to something. A non mass market Final Fantasy... 



Xxain said:
Farsala said:
Quite fun indeed. Much better than either of the three FFXIII, but it is only on par with FFXV. All the characters were unique and had their own characterization. The gameplay wasn't complicated but it still had depth. Speaking of which, still had quite the boss fights. Where you can outskill or wait until NG+ or simply lose. The classes are still memorable. This game is still FF, especially the story being quite FF like. But the game had it's own identity since it wasn't planned for the mass market in the beginning.

I think you might be on to something. A non mass market Final Fantasy... 

A FF with passion like how I believe the original FF Versus XIII would have been. FFXIII was mass market and intended to pay for FF Versus XIII, and then FF Versus XIII became FFXV...

I really hope for something like that again, but it unfortunately doesn't look likely.



Xxain said:
TranceformerFX said:
It's the same opinion as other Final Fantasies after Hironabu Sakaguchi split and SquareSoft became Square-Enix:

It's mediocre, forgettable time wasting fodder.

Why after all these years are gamers still confused about Sakaguchi, Square and Enix?

1. Sakaguchi did not split. He was fired. He nearly bankrupt the company and dissolved a important pending merger single handedly. 

2. When Square and Enix merged, Square management took all the top positions. You aware that right?

Ultimately you come off as a whiny, bitter, uninformed crybaby. Can you leave the hyberbole behind?

Wait what? I did not know this about him. Details! I mean, I know you made a couple seemingly self-explanatory points but I feel like this is a juicy story I need to know about.



Raven722 said:
Xxain said:

Why after all these years are gamers still confused about Sakaguchi, Square and Enix?

1. Sakaguchi did not split. He was fired. He nearly bankrupt the company and dissolved a important pending merger single handedly. 

2. When Square and Enix merged, Square management took all the top positions. You aware that right?

Ultimately you come off as a whiny, bitter, uninformed crybaby. Can you leave the hyberbole behind?

Wait what? I did not know this about him. Details! I mean, I know you made a couple seemingly self-explanatory points but I feel like this is a juicy story I need to know about.

FF Spirits Within bombed.



Landale_Star said:
Raven722 said:

Wait what? I did not know this about him. Details! I mean, I know you made a couple seemingly self-explanatory points but I feel like this is a juicy story I need to know about.

FF Spirits Within bombed.

Well yeah I knew it bombed but that brought the company to its knees?